merge two xml files xslt 3 based on ite value of common d element

<breakfast_menu> <food> <name>Belgian Waffles</name> <id>$5</id> <description>Two of our famous Belgian Waffles with plenty of real maple syrup</description> <calories>650</calories> </food> <food> <name>Strawberry Belgian Waffles</name> <id>7</id> <description>Light Belgian waffles covered with strawberries and whipped cream</description> <calories>900</calories> </food> <food> <name>Berry-Berry Belgian Waffles</name> <id>8</id> <description>Light Belgian waffles covered with an assortment of fresh berries and whipped cream</description> <calories>900</calories> </food> … Read more

Key Design Elements for IoT Sensors

Internet of Things (IoT) sensors are now common in numerous industries. However, when decision-makers invest in those technologies, they want the assurance of well-designed products that meet their expectations. The people designing IoT sensors are primarily responsible for creating functional, safe, cost-effective products. Here are some vital things to remember as a sensor designer or … Read more

reactjs – How to pass a specific array element to a modal in react?

In my PoolListItem.jsx I have a table component with information of devices. However since I have a lot of information I want to display the less important ones on a modal when I click on a button. The body of the table looks like this inside a return: <tbody> { deviceMonitoringEntries.map((entry) => ( <tr className={Styles.device}> … Read more

Unable to encode element ‘org.apache.beam.sdk.io.kafka.KafkaRecord@6f30ad3’ with coder ‘KafkaRecordCoder(ByteArrayCoder,ByteArrayCoder)’

I am trying to run a pipeline using apache-beam with source as one kafka topic and destination as another kafka topic. I have written my code and is working well(ie, no error in code I think). But whenever I try to push any msg from my source topic i get this error > WARNING:root:Make sure … Read more

javascript – Why does jQuery or a DOM method such as getElementById not find the element?

The element you were trying to find wasn’t in the DOM when your script ran. The position of your DOM-reliant script can have a profound effect on its behavior. Browsers parse HTML documents from top to bottom. Elements are added to the DOM and scripts are (generally) executed as they’re encountered. This means that order … Read more